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Submitted by Rick on
Increasing the expenditure on health and decreasing the fees of education highlight one thing: investing in the community. With better health parents will live and work longer thus looking after their children, giving them a secure upbringing enabling them to have an education. When they grow up they are able to secure a better career and look after their parents (payback) and their children. This makes for a happier community on the whole, and the circle continues. I know I sounds simplified but with big problems such as poverty you have to get things right from the ground up. The book sounds like a step in the right direction. Rick